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Book reviewer Anne Faundez’s mission: To hunt out the very best books for our Codes topic. It looks like this mission has been accomplished!

Rosa’s code has some truly tricky spellings – use this list of words from the story to help master them.

A step-by-step guide to using Scratch.

Demonstrate to children that human bodies are 'perfect' with these 'Golden ratio' resources.

Look back at two extraordinary women, mathematician, Ada Lovelace and her portrait painter Victorian artist Margaret Sarah Carpenter.

Go back in time and imagine the tales told on the walls of Ancient Egypt. 

Celebrate the joys of individuality and talk about some of the issues arising from Rosa's Code.

Reward your KS2 storytellers for their Rosa’s code storytelling with this themed certificate.

Use this short story as an example of the Spy plot plan resource in action.

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